: Interview ends at 00:24:49. Description
: Clicking noises and testing [00:00]; Creation of the St. Augustine Church of Oakland, California [00:29]; Early buildings and services [03:04]; Church fundraising bazaar [04:46]; St. Cyprian's Episcopal Church of San Francisco [06:44]; Church guilds and men's club [09:33]; Function of the altar guild [11:10]; Fathers Wallace, Lewis Austin Baskerville, Richard Young, and Earl Neal [12:00]; Fiftieth anniversary celebration [13:25]; St. Augustine Church (Oakland, California) fiftieth anniversary memorial book [15:30]; Grandmother's conversion to the Episcopal church [16:50]; Her work with the church guilds and Sunday school [18:46]; Reason for holding Sunday school on Saturdays [19:45]; Husband and family members involvement in St. Augustine Church [21:12]; Vestry of other churches [22:16]; Church donations in honor of family members [22:44]; Testing [24:20]Collection Guide
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